Local students accepted to MSMS
Local students Edwin Dodson, Xavier Harris, Brittany Govan, Nathan Loomer, Lacy Maxwell, and Annecsa Walker have been accepted to the Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science’s Class of 2010 and will be attending MSMS this fall.
Edwin Dodson comes to MSMS from Byhalia High School, and is the son of Edward and Ada Fifer.
Xavier Harris is a former student of Byhalia High School, and is the son of Greg Harris.
Nathan Loomer is a former student of Byhalia High School, and is the son of Donald and Carol Barnes.
Lacy Maxwell previously attended Byhalia High School, and is the daughter of Brandy Rainwater.
Annecsa Walker comes to MSMS from Byhalia High School, and is the daughter of Ira and Linda Walker.
Brittany Govan is a former student of Holly Springs High School, and is the daughter of Kelvin and Monica Govan.
MSMS is a public, residential high school for eleventh and twelfth graders. The school is located in Columbus on the campus of Mississippi University for Women. MSMS was created by the Legislature in 1987 in order to enhance Mississippi’s future by providing innovative learning experiences to Mississippi’s gifted and talented high school students.
Jonathan Hunsucker graduates from Delta State University
Delta State University awarded 465 degrees to students during spring commencement exercises held on Saturday, May 10 inside Walter Sillers Coliseum on the campus.
Jonathan David Hunsucker, of Lamar, received a BA in psychology. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Hunsucker of Slayden.
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